Studio City Macau - The MacauTripping Review 2016
The Star Tower King
I hit the call button. Step on the elevator and press 17.
From the buttons to engraved patterns to font choices to turquoise wall covering and the vintage sconce, this elevator is art-deco-rageous. Stunning in its detail and accuracy. I actually feel I've been transported to a brand new art-deco apartment building in 1936.
The doors open.
The art deco style continues. Instead of being covered in 80 years of grime and wear, Studio City's interpretation is high-gloss and bordering on the futuristic.
An alternate view of the hotel landing.
Look at the shine on the inlaid wall designs. Housekeeping and maintenance throughout Studio City Macau's public areas is exceptional as is most of Macau's resorts. It appears that defacing property - permanently etching names or initials in elevators, on walls, and windows - isn't a "thing" in Macau. Or, perhaps, folks that do stuff like that don't stay here.
Studio City Macau's hotel tower is crescent shaped, therefore... curved hallways! It looks like they couldn't find any curved picture frames to hang art on the wall. That's a joke, son.
A short walk down the hallway we end up at room #17021.
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And now, room #17021 in the Star Tower at Studio City Macau.